OnCheckIn

 OnCheckIn

Master's Human-Computer Interaction Design (HCI/d) capstone project at Indiana University.

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OnCheckIN expedites the check-in process for Hash House Harrier running events & alerts you when participants are lost on trail.

http://oncheck.in

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Chris Basham

May 05, 2011
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  1. Chris Basham May 2011

  2. Rebecca 1 Missing

  3. Everyone’s here None missing

  4. Chris Basham May 2011

  5. Hash House Harriers

  6. None
  7. “Drinking club with a running problem Hashing self-described as

  8. “To promote physical fitness among members Constitution

  9. “To rid weekend hangovers Constitution

  10. “To acquire a good thirst & to satisfy it in

    beer Constitution
  11. “To persuade older members they are not as old as

    they feel Constitution
  12. None
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  14. Meet the hashers

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  16. Initial check-in Photo by BFH3

  17. Chalk talk Photo by BFH3

  18. Hare’s arrow Photo by BFH3

  19. Forest shiggy Photo by BFH3

  20. Briar shiggy Photo by BFH3

  21. Check Photo by BFH3

  22. Bad trail Photo by BFH3

  23. Beer check Photo by BFH3

  24. Field shiggy Photo by BFH3

  25. Urban shiggy Photo by BFH3

  26. On-In Photo by BFH3

  27. Circle Photo by BFH3

  28. Down-downs Photo by BFH3

  29. Swing low Photo by BFH3

  30. Research

  31. Interviews Method

  32. Photo by BFH3 Interview notes

  33. Focus group Method

  34. Photo by BFH3 Opportunities

  35. Participatory ethnography Method

  36. Photo by BFH3 Nov 13 hash

  37. Cultural comparison Method

  38. Photo by BFH3 Places hashed

  39. Untouched Private Panther Named

  40. Literature

  41. What literature? Literature

  42. Social sciences & humanities Referenced in

  43. Exertion interfaces CSCW HCI fields

  44. Exemplars

  45. Photo by BFH3 Publications

  46. Photo by BFH3 Directories

  47. Photo by BFH3 Wiki’s

  48. Photo by BFH3 Merchandise

  49. Photo by BFH3 Genealogies

  50. Photo by BFH3 Social networks

  51. Findings

  52. Murphy’s law Finding

  53. Not everyone is having fun Finding

  54. Attendance doubled in 6-months Finding

  55. Kennels are culturally distinct Finding

  56. Insights

  57. No efforts address issues during a hash Insights

  58. Responsible irresponsibility Insight

  59. No universal design Insight

  60. Problems

  61. Who’s lost on trail? Problem

  62. Identify who’s attending Problem

  63. Constraints

  64. Expense Constraint

  65. Portable, durable, & replaceable Constraint

  66. No tech on trail Constraint

  67. Concepts

  68. Photo by BFH3 Concepts

  69. Photo by BFH3 Realtime mapping

  70. Photo by BFH3 iPad app

  71. Photo by BFH3 Payment

  72. Photo by BFH3 Whistle check-in

  73. RFID key fob Photo by BFH3

  74. Photo by BFH3 System

  75. Prototypes

  76. Photo by BFH3 Check-in interaction

  77. Check-in box Photo by BFH3

  78. Statistics

  79. Photo by BFH3 Low-fi UI

  80. Hi-fi UI

  81. Functional UI Photo by BFH3

  82. Check-in Photo by BFH3

  83. Demo

  84. Strategies

  85. Mobile Technology

  86. Printable IDs Technology

  87. Cloud data Technology

  88. Word of mouth Marketing

  89. InterAmericas Hash Marketing

  90. Tiered freemium service Business

  91. Customized ID tags Business

  92. Other markets Business

  93. Conclusion

  94. Who’s lost on trail? Summary

  95. Constraints empower creativity Reflection

  96. Consider ecologies Reflection

  97. Blooming Fools, fellow students, HHH, faculty Thanks

  98. Chris Basham May 2011

  99. Boy scout

  100. Paper sign-in Photo by BFH3

  101. Photo by BFH3

  102. Hashing is an instant social network Finding

  103. Photo by BFH3 Low-fi check-in

  104. Photo by BFH3 On-On cards

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